The A9 has been closed in both directions at Dunbeath by a road accident this morning.
The body of a woman found in Wick on Sunday has been formally identified, with police saying there are no suspicious circumstances.
A north man who made a Freedom of Information request about Covid-19 numbers has described NHS Highland's reply as "patronising" and "unsatisfactory".
Face coverings are now mandatory in staff canteens, and the same rule will apply from the start of next week in other communal workplace areas.
Maree Todd has been confirmed as the SNP candidate for Caithness, Sutherland and Ross in next year’s Scottish Parliament elections.
MP Jamie Stone has announced that he will not travel to Westminster until further notice as Covid-19 cases continue to rise.
A new chief executive will take the reins at NHS Highland today.
Plans to establish a vertical launch site for satellites in north Sutherland have taken another step forward.
The full scale of the £9.6 million road realignment project at Berriedale has been highlighted in a video from Transport Scotland.
An appeal has gone out for archive photographs capturing some of the 100-year history of successful Caithness haulage firm D Steven & Son.
The £17.3 million plan to launch satellites into orbit from the north coast of Sutherland have been approved by Highland Council.
VisitScotland chairman and former Easter Ross MP Lord Thurso tells of his dismay at irresponsible tourism and outlines hopes for future.
The first blood bike to be based in the far north has been named in honour of NHS workers fighting Covid-19.
ROSS MP Jamie Stone has started a campaign to introduce a roadside camping congestion charge in the far north.
Orbex has secured investment of up to £1.5 million from HIE in a move that has great significance for the planned Sutherland spaceport.
A ROSS MP has warned of a new kind of Highland Clearances if the north of Scotland's tourism industry goes "down the tubes".
Vehicle restrictions are to be put in place next week at Highland Council's household waste recycling centres.
Tributes have been paid to Lord Maclennan, whose public service included representing Easter Ross as an MP.
Applications are open for a new non-executive chairperson of NHS Highland.